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Our Reading coordinator – Hayley Redmond – has been training a new group BRP readers. We are exceptionally fortunate at Wickhambreaux to have so many willing volunteers, happy to give up their own time to attend BRP training sessions delivered by (the highly qualified) Mrs Redmond. Attending these sessions will mean that participants become qualified […]
This week was anti-bullying week. During the course of the week, the children have fully engaged with various activities including; what bullying means?, How it might feel if someone is being bullied?, And what can be done to help? Following some of the anti-bullying workshops in class, the children of Class 4 requested to compose […]
Wickhambreaux’s year 5/6 Tag rugby team were awarded the fair play trophy at their recent tournament at Canterbury Rugby Club. We are very proud of the children’s achievement. It exemplifies the core values taught within our school, and illustrates the pupil’s commitment to these.
After a trip to the theatre to see War Horse, the children were given the opportunity to perform a re-enactment of the return of the unknown soldier. The children sang the song “only remembered,” they also had the opportunity to meet Joey the puppet horse from the theatre performance. You can view the video here
We have had feedback that some of the year 5 pupils have lost their spelling lists so I am publishing one here on the website for parents and children to use. This list was originally given to the children on the Thursday of the first week of term and since then we have had a […]
Wickhambreaux children and parents shared a delightful Harvest festival service at St. Andrews church on Friday 22nd September. The church was decorated with beautiful pieces of art work completed by the children and displayed for the congregation to see by our foundation governor Helen Abbot. We would like to thank the parents and children who […]
This year Wickhambreaux school decided to have an Autumn fair instead of a Summer fair. What a huge success it was! A fantastic day was had by all. Children and adults all took part in the fantastic arena events. Competition was fierce in all the events, particularly between the adults in the welly wanging! There […]